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  1. This was my solution. 3 sheets of material, a few...

    This was my solution. 3 sheets of material, a few tubes of silicone/adhesive and a few tubes of caulk and you have a relatively sound temporary wall that is at least fairly cleanly. By far the best...
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    Heavy water will have an issue on most PVA's...

    Heavy water will have an issue on most PVA's though TBIII I have not tried directly. But anything below III even if you have a glue bottle with a plugged tip, just drop it in a pot of water overnight...
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    Just ditch the air gap. They are an old tech,...

    Just ditch the air gap. They are an old tech, modern diswhashers can push far more than most airgaps were ever designed for. A through counter air gap is like 1970 era. If your seeing water out of...
  4. Ive only found a rudimentary batch of chair...

    Ive only found a rudimentary batch of chair building books (all of which you've likely found in a basic google search). Seems at least to me its a trial by fire situation.
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    Im likely one of the posters who pushes either...

    Im likely one of the posters who pushes either UF, Epoxy, or PU. The post that says TB original will never fail is right as long as your user treats the board with care. Same "somewhat" with TBIII...
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    The photo in the post is my copy in-hand

    The photo in the post is my copy in-hand
  7. There are several ways depending on whether you...

    There are several ways depending on whether you will install your applied end in the shop or in the field. I would assume you will be shop, so you could use 1/2" PF 1 side for your carcass material...
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    Great book suggestion

    Not sure how deep its made it here but anyone interested in a life's experience in door building and small shop architectural work may be interested in this book. Its a real rarity for someone with...
  9. We would just use an applied side for the...

    We would just use an applied side for the finished end if you want all-matching interior.
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    This is the most rock solid solution without a...

    This is the most rock solid solution without a doubt even if the holes are on the small side. At least your repair will only have an epoxy glue line as opposed to solid epoxy that could just fracture...
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    I keep it for the blue tape method a lot as well...

    I keep it for the blue tape method a lot as well but those are typically lots of surface area scenarios. Ive had the same issues with trying to cheat with it on repairs where its just not well...
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    Also remeber that CA is extremely brittle when...

    Also remeber that CA is extremely brittle when cured so you cant expect much from it. A lot of people seem to look at it like a miracle cure all but you may well have been better off to use pva and...
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    Your final realization should have been your...

    Your final realization should have been your first go-to. Heat is always your savior folllowed by a solvent wipe that doesnt attack the the base finish.
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    Just buy pony/yost F clamps. The heaviest you can...

    Just buy pony/yost F clamps. The heaviest you can afford. Dont mess with Bessey or other voodoo..
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    I have a feeling the reviews your reading with...

    I have a feeling the reviews your reading with regards to "aligning" inserts are coming from people who really dont have a clue or are over-thinking. There is no "aligning" of an insert. It registers...
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    You had a local mill in TX with western red cedar...

    You had a local mill in TX with western red cedar logs?
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    Your location is going to be the issue. 2.50/lf...

    Your location is going to be the issue. 2.50/lf (your $5/bf) wouldnt be unreasonable for clear western red cedar here in mid-atlantic but elsewhere it would be a buck or so high for 4/4 T&G...
  18. Of course manufacturers have to allow a massive...

    Of course manufacturers have to allow a massive safety factor for anything from poorly acclimated/not acclimated materials, tropical climates, and 300 miles of other variables they are trying to...
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    Yes. I am not familiar with the shopfox but have...

    Yes. I am not familiar with the shopfox but have been told it doesnt not allow depth of cut or something with regards to knives as a W&H.

    The VS option for the W&H is handy like Warren mentioned...
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    I pay $1220/MBF for #1 Common white hard maple...

    I pay $1220/MBF for #1 Common white hard maple (all color graded out and KD of course) and another $0.35/BF for S2S to whatever oversize I spec and straight line ripped one edge. Full packs, but none...
  21. Its really just customer preference but the norm...

    Its really just customer preference but the norm in my world is half shelves in bases unless otherwise specified. That said I almost never see shelves in base cabs anymore as the move has switched to...
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    Hogging out some of the material is handy but...

    Hogging out some of the material is handy but multi passing is pretty much the default for me other than on rare occasion. There is enough chatter and risk of tearout (pretty small cutting diameter)...
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    Keep in mind that Gene's comments are most often...

    Keep in mind that Gene's comments are most often related directly to commercial operations. i.e. air drying your material for more than 60 days before going into the kiln is #1 wasting time ($$) and...
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    1 year per inch is a wives tale. Stickered inch...

    1 year per inch is a wives tale. Stickered inch lumber will effectively lose all its going to lose in 4-6 mos. It may pull down a half percent or percent more with long term stickering but without...
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    The standard configuration for the belt tension...

    The standard configuration for the belt tension is the motor is mounted to a large hinged plate and the weight of the motor (gravity) is your tension throughout the range of travel of the head. Thats...
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